Cortlandt Wilson, Technical Writer
Extensive experience as a systems analyst and programmer with a variety of business applications. Consultant for a manufacturing-centric ERP system. Customer, technical, and marketing documentation. A programmer who also likes to write for people.
Writing for Publication
Paid articles for the 3000 Newswire. (Samples)
Conference papers and tutorials (partial list):
Tools and Languages
Authoring: Adobe FrameMaker, Microsoft Word, Open Office Writer.
Languages: Java, Cobol, Fortran, Cognos Powerhouse and Impromptu, SQL, C++.
Platforms: HP e3000 MPEiX (POSIX), Microsoft Windows, Unix, CDC Cyber, Burroughs.
Cortlandt Software, 1991 --
Designed and wrote a server side JAVA based searchable directory of skills for HP. The public side of the website matched HP e3000 consultants to client needs via a formatted database search. A password secured area allowed consultants to enter and maintain their own listings. The application was based on the Enhydra API.
ASK Computer Systems,
1988 -- 1990
(now Quintessential School Systems, 1985 -- 1988
San Francisco State University,
1982 -- 1995
International Diamond Corporation, 1980
Certificate program in Technical Writing and Communication in
System Engineering, Engineering Project Management and Leadership, Project Business Management; Center for Systems Management/University of California Santa Cruz Extension, 1990 -- 1992.
Core requirements for the B.S. in Business Analysis and Computing Systems, San Francisco State University, 1983 -- 1988.
Certificate in Business Data Processing, Santa Rosa Jr. College, 1980.
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